All In Vinyl
IsoAcoustics says that carefully planned audio systems with room acoustics and decoupling products can deliver a quality vinyl listening experience.
Robert Archer · June 18, 2020
Audio Research, the respected high-performance audio manufacturer has introduced its Reference Phono 3SE phono preamplifier. The Minn.-based company explains that since the launch of its Reference (REF) 6SE Line-Stage Preamplifier, the expansion of its 50th anniversary product continues through a special update of its Ref Phono 3 Preamplifier. Audio Research states the $17,000 Reference Phono […]
Robert Archer · March 11, 2020
Andover Audio is a new consumer audio company and its Spinbase is designed to serve users that need a stable surface for their turntables, and who have limited space for loudspeakers. Andover Audio says the Spinbase is engineered to produce a 270-degree sound field, and through the use of its Isogroove technologies, the all-in-one turntable […]
Robert Archer · March 06, 2020
Carefully selected products and loudspeaker locations can help integrators maximize the performance of home audio systems in condos and apartments.
Robert Archer · February 04, 2020
Cary Audio combines two trending categories—high-end audio processing and vinyl—into one device.
Lisa Montgomery · May 30, 2019
Harman’s ‘Art of Listening’ panel offers 5 high-performance audio demo tips, including pre-demo discussion, playing digital audio vs. analog, and playing songs with wide dynamic range.
Jason Knott · May 22, 2019
Integrators can utilize the Yamaha VINYL 500 Turntable as a traditional analog audio source or as a digital wireless whole-house audio MusicCast-enabled device.
Robert Archer · May 10, 2019
Pro-Ject’s new $310 to $370 T1 BT turntable includes wireless Bluetooth streaming, a built-in phono stage, and a custom made tonearm.
Robert Archer · April 23, 2019
The newly announced Boulder 2108 phono preamplifier is a dual-chassis design that features the company’s proprietary 995 gain stage.
Robert Archer · February 26, 2019
Continuing its impressive revival, vinyl record sales have grown for the 13th straight year in the U.S., according to a report from Statista using data from Nielsen.
Robert Archer · January 17, 2019